Humanise the Numbers podcast: Suda Ratnam of Raffingers


In the latest Humanise the Numbers podcast, meet Suda Ratnam of Raffingers (a 70 person, 11 partner firm on the outskirts of London) as he shares what they, as a firm are doing to humanise the numbers in their firm.

We are delighted to be sponsors of the Humanise the Numbers podcast and in this episode, we find out about the mentoring program that sees Raffingers providing training for anything that their team request, a quarterly review process for the team to feel as though they’re very much part of the progression of the firm, and how the leadership team are able to look to the future.

Humanise the Numbers podcast: David Belbin of Clemence Hoar Cummings


In the latest Humanise the Numbers podcast, Paul Shrimpling talks with David Belbin, Managing Partner at Clemence Hoar Cummings, about how he and his 24 person firm builds human interaction with their clients.

We are delighted to be sponsors of the Humanise the Numbers podcast and in this episode, we find out how Clemence Hoar Cummings foster a relationship around human interaction with their clients to build the fundamental foundations of great client loyalty and therefore fees, profits and capital value for the future.

Humanise the Numbers podcast: Kathryn Wellum-Kent of Monahans

 

In the latest Humanise the Numbers podcast, Paul Shrimpling talks with Kat Wellum-Kent of multi-partner multi-office firm Monahans, down in the Southwest of the UK and Kat with her 45 strong production team have started a number of initiatives to do just that.

We are delighted to be sponsors of the podcast and to sponsor this episode with Monahans, in which Kat discusses their ‘buddy system’, as well as the different career paths she creates depending on the natural preferences, natural tendencies, natural skills and personalities that go with her team.